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CIIE to go more inclusive, professional and digital

While the exhibition area of the upcoming fourth China International Import Expo remains the same from last year, its content will be more diverse, professional, and feature online items to facilitate trade and business cooperation, the organizers said on the Expo's 50-day countdown on Thursday.


Top companies gearing up to exhibit their latest goods and services

The China International Import Expo has become a magnet for global business as more overseas enterprises and organizations expect stronger development in the market through long-term participation.


China's CPTPP move seen as good for world

China's formal application on Thursday to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership, or the CPTPP, is the latest proof of the country's higher-level opening-up and shows its resolve to make greater contributions to the world economy.


China officially applies to join CPTPP

Minister of Commerce Wang Wentao submitted a letter on Thursday to New Zealand's minister for trade and export growth, Damien O'Connor, that carries China's formal application for accession to the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership, or CPTPP, which is a free-trade pact.


China's FDI inflow up 22.3 percent in first 8 months

Foreign direct investment (FDI) into the Chinese mainland, in actual use, rose 22.3 percent year on year to 758.05 billion yuan, or 113.78 billion U.S. dollars, in the first eight months of the year, the Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) said Thursday.


Despite COVID woes, Epson set to seize 'new opportunities in China'

Japanese electronics maker Seiko Epson Corp, commonly known as Epson, is accelerating efforts to expand its presence in China through technology innovation and by enhancing its localization strategy, in a bid to offer more eco-friendly products in the Chinese market.


Multinationals see opportunity for trade in services

As China carries out comprehensive trials for wider opening-up in the trade in services sector, multinational companies are rushing to transform from simply being manufacturing companies to becoming service-oriented manufacturers to better adapt to the nation's changing market environment, said government officials and business leaders.


China-ASEAN bilateral trade annually growth rate hits 16.5% from 1991 to 2020: customs

Trade between China and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) increased from $8.36 billion in 1991 to $685.28 billion in 2020, an average annual growth rate of 16.5 percent, according to customs statistics released on Friday.


Pruned negative list in offing

China will further shorten the negative lists for foreign investment access to its markets this year, offering more business opportunities for global investors to participate in its high-quality development, said officials and experts.